hirage

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hirage

(ˈhaɪrɪdʒ) or

hireage

n
1. (Commerce) the fee for hiring something
2. (Commerce) the practice or facility of hiring things
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"This relationship is more than just facility hireage," said DCU Sport chief Ken Robinson.
Sometimes they involved technology types "Middle school committed to a laptop programme across all curriculum areas", "Our dept policy is that all students have access to (through purchase or hireage) and are proficient in the use of calculators" but only rarely did they address teaching or student learning, "Year 9 ICT access the curriculum policy - 4 weeks have planned for each class" and "ICT should be a tool used to assist students in their learning.
"There's $50,000 worth of hireage to run around in a Dodge Viper while he's in Las Vegas."